19 May:"Post-election, is the UK an attractive place to do business?";
23 June Summer Party & AGM
14 May 2015
Tuesday 19 May 2015 at Newgate Communications. It will be a panel debate: "Post-election, is the UK an attractive place to do business or is the jury out until after the EU referendum?" Our panellists include Vidya Ram, The Hindu Business Line’s Europe Correspondent; Ji Tao, Editor of China Daily Europe and Markus Theurer, UK & Ireland Business Correspondent at Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Panel debate: Post-election, is the UK an attractive place to do business or is the jury out until after the EU referendum?
Hot on the heels of the election, we are hosting a panel debate with London-based journalists of international publications looking at how the international community views the UK political and economic landscape. Following a relatively introspective period, during which we have all focussed on debating the most uncertain election for a century, this will be an opportunity to hear more about international perspectives on the UK in the context of the wider macroeconomic and socio political global challenges, drivers and uncertainties and on the proposed EU referendum.
Book now for yourself and colleagues at our popular summer party on 23 June 2015 - enjoy networking on the roof terrace of Olswang.
Check our website for the latest events and to book.
Our summer party is preceded by the group's AGM - please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend the AGM.
CIPR CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL GROUP ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Date:Tuesday 23 June 2015 at 5.45pm
Venue: Olswang, 90 High Holborn, London WC1V 6XX
1 Chairman's opening remarks
2 Minutes of last year’s AGM
3 Chairman’s Report
4 Treasurer’s Report
Approval of Accounts for the year ended 31st December 2014
5 Election of committee members
6 Appointment of Officers
7 Any other business
Lunch-time meetings Time: 12.30 pm buffet – 1 pm speaker
Venue: AXA - 5 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1AD
Tuesday 13 January, lunchtime George Parker, Political Editor, FT
Tuesday 10 February, lunchtime Chris Blackhurst, City Editor, Evening Standard & Independent
Tuesday 10 March, lunchtime Jonathan Guthrie & Alison Smith, Lombard columnists, FT
Tuesday 14 April, lunchtime Ashley Armstrong, M&A Correspondent, The Telegraph
Wednesday 29 April, morning Visit to Downing Street
Tuesday 19 May, lunchtime Panel debate: Post-election, is the UK an attractive place to do business?
Tuesday 9 June, lunchtime Kamal Ahmed, Business Editor, BBC News
Tuesday 23 June, evening Corporate and Financial Group summer party
Tuesday 14 July, lunchtime TBA
Tuesday 8 September lunchtime TBA
Friday 25 September Breakfast Social Media Breakfast
October evening 40th Anniversary Evening
Tuesday 13 October, lunchtime Joel Hills, ITV News
Tuesday 10 November, lunchtime David Wighton, City Editor, Wall Street Journal Europe
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